We will start with the 29″ line. The frame isÃ‚Â redesigned with a “Power Curve” squared tapered down tube,Ã‚Â hydroformed Tri Top Tube andoversized seat tube all designed to improve stiffness with out sacrificing weight. Cable mounting is all moved to the top of the Top Tube to improve shifting and cable cleanliness. The Tahoe 29 series continues to be a value line up really lacking an all out pro level race build, but the top of the line Tahoe 29SL (above) isÃ‚Â spec’d with fullÃ‚Â SRAM x-9 and our own newÃ‚Â OEM Handlebars, Stem andÃ‚Â Seatposts but still manages to tip the scale under 29.5lbs in a 19″ frame. The new frames are lighter, but I can tell you that Team Members riding the 09 Tahoe 29Ã‚Â SL have all gotten their bikes under the 25lb mark and anticipate getting close to the 23lb mark with the new frames andÃ‚Â SRAM XX group.
You can check out their 2010 SLM, a 19.03lb full carbon hardtail and their sub-24lb DSR full suspension mountain bikes on this post (they’re sweet!), or hit ‘more’ to see the other two models…
The 2010 Fuji Tahoe 29er Pro
The 2010 Fuji Tahoe 29er Comp